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A 29-year-old man has been arrested and remains in police custody following the incident

Kate Mason has suffered from depression since adolescence - but walking cricket has helped change that

Dave Clark inquest: Richmond School deputy head survived initial confrontation with herd of cows while walking his dogs before single animal returned and charged at him

🗣️ "It is time for a complete rethink of the words we use when describing what it is to be Christian communities in the 21st century."

A self-taught Barnsley timepiece expert has repaired a Georgian clock at Wentworth Woodhouse that hadn't chimed since a family tragedy in 1948

Councillors have now decided to visit the nearby Brockadale Nature Reserve before deciding, so they can assess claims that nature and wildlife will be irredeemably harmed by the plans.

This historic cottage has had a gorgeous makeover - take a look inside 👀


Gavin Williamson was asleep at the wheel of a school bus carrying hundreds of thousands of children to their futures - The Yorkshire Post says

Bradford-based supermarket Morrisons is opening its bakery, egg and fruit and veg packing sites for an extra hour every day in order to donate £10m of food to the country's struggling food banks

The voice belongs to Nesyamun, also known as The Leeds Mummy, a priest, incense-bearer and scribe at the time of Ramses XI

BREAKING: Peter Sutcliffe, the serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper, died in hospital on Friday, a Prison Service spokesman said.

?️ "This newspaper makes no apology for, again, raising concerns about the threat to farming and food standards as the Agricultural Bill passes through Parliament."

"The Prime Minister’s decision not to visit flood-hit areas of the country following either Storm Ciara or Storm Dennis contrasts with his trips to Matlock and Fishlake when they were affected by flooding in November during the election campaign"

The farmers drove tractors down Northallerton's high street this afternoon to protest over Government plans to allow 'inferior' meat into the country as part of post-Brexit trade deals